Romeo and Juliet paper

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Allison Wronka Romeo and Juliet The play Romeo and Juliet was a fantastic and well put together production. The acting was exceptional and the set design, as well as the costume design was beautiful. I thoroughly enjoyed seeing the story of Romeo and Juliet come to life. The costume designer, Stacey Galloway, did an amazing job dressing each of the characters. She designed costumes that fit into the time period as well as depicted the social class of the characters. All of the costumes were quite beautiful. The set design was also very nice. The set designer, Tim Watson, made a simple yet appropriate set that worked really well in the production. The long balcony, instead of a small one that is usually shown in the story of Romeo and Juliet , put a new perspective in my mind. The stage was not overly crowded which made it easy to figure out what was going on. I also liked the way the actors utilized the aisles of the
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Unformatted text preview: audience for entrances and exits. The acting was exceptional. All of the actors did a great job portraying their characters. They also did a pretty good job of gesturing to show the meaning of what they were saying. Most of the time I had no idea what they were talking about but I was able to figure it out through their actions(except for Mercutio, I never had any idea what he was talking about, but it usually seemed dirty). I really enjoyed watching the actors who were in this play as well as Grapes of Wrath because it gave me a chance to compare the different types of plays and acting styles. I also enjoyed watching the TAs in this play because it was interesting to watch people I know act. Overall I really like this production of Romeo and Juliet and I hope to see more shows that are produced as well as this one....
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This note was uploaded on 12/04/2011 for the course THE 2000 taught by Professor Schultz during the Fall '09 term at University of Florida.

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